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					DACUM Research Chart for CIP #15.1301
Drafting and Design Technology/Technician, General


Bob DeLaura, CAD Instructor, Mechanical
Central Technical High School, Erie, PA

Kim Forrest, Drafting/CAD Teacher
Corry Area Career and Technical School, Corry, PA

Tim Harvey, Drafting CAD Technology Instructor                  PANEL MEMBERS
SUN Area Career and Technology Center, New Berlin, PA
                                                        Sponsored by
Michael Morin, Engineering Graphics Teacher
Career Institute of Technology, Easton, PA

Dan Passmore, Pre-Engineering Instructor
Warren County Career Center, Warren, PA

Mariea Sargent, Drafting and Design Instructor
Erie County Technical School, Erie, PA

Harold Sheldon, Design Release Engineer
GE Transportation Systems, Erie, PA

Eric Smith, CAD Instructor
Venango Technology Center, Oil City, PA

Jeff Thomas, Product Definition Team Leader
GE Transportation Systems, Erie, PA

DACUM Facilitator

Jan Kennerknecht, Supervisor of Support Services                   Northwest Pennsylvania
Erie County Technical School, Erie, PA                             Tech Prep Consortium

Workshop Facilitator

Sheri Welsh, Program Coordinator
Northwest PA Tech Prep Consortium
Northwest Tri-County Intermediate Unit, Edinboro, PA
                                                        November 19-20, 2007
DACUM Research Chart for CIP #15.1301 Drafting and Design
        Units                                                  Competencies

                                                                                      A-4 Letter
    Drafting            A-1 Create a        A-2 Use Basic        A-3 Apply the        Notes,           A-5 Create a
A   Fundamentals        Sketch to Define    Measuring Tools      Alphabet of Lines    Symbols and      Single View
                        an Object                                                     Dimensions       Drawing
                                                                                      on Drawings

    Technical           B-1 Calculate       B-2 Calculate        B-3 Convert          B-4 Apply        B-5 Apply
B   Math                Whole Number        Fractions and        English to Metric    Ratio and        Algebraic
                        Operations          Decimals             (and reverse)        Proportion       Expressions
                        (English/Metric)    (English/Metric)                          Using Scales

    Drafting            C-1 Apply           C-2 Apply            C-3 Apply GDT        C-4 Use          C-5 Adhere to
C   Standards           Dimensioning        Industry             Standards            Abbreviations    Workplace
                        Rules               Standards (e.g.,                          and              Standards
                                            ANSI, ISO, ASME)                          Acronyms
                        D-1 Employ                                                                     D-5 Create a
    2D Computer         Computer            D-2 Apply 2-D        D-3 Manage and       D-4 Build        Full Working
D   Aided Drafting      Fundamentals        CAD Commands         Maintain File        and Utilize a    Set of
                        and                                      Utilities            Library of       Architectural
                        Troubleshooting                                               Parts            Drawings
                                                                                                       E-5 Create
    Advanced Drafting   E-1 Create          E-2 Create           E-3 Create           E-4 Create       Single Line and
E   Practices           Section Views       Auxiliary Views      Axonometric          Perspective      Schematic
                                                                 Drawings             Views            Dwgs.(e.g., piping,
                                                                                                       electronic, electrical)

                                                                 F-3 Investigate
    Manufacturing       F-1 Design Jigs     F-2 Select           Automated Mfg.       F-4 Specify      F-5 Identify
F   Processes           and Fixtures        Materials for a      Processes (e.g.,     Material         Material Testing
                                            Product              CNC, Part Nesting,   Properties       Methods
                                                                 Raster Conversion)
                                                                                                       G-5 Create
    Production          G-1 Create the      G-2 Manage           G-3 Design and       G-4 Create       Schematic,
G   Drawings            Bill of Materials   Drawing              Detail Parts         Assemblies       Simplified and
                                            Distribution and                          and Sub-         Pictorial
                                            Revisions                                 Assemblies       Threads

    3D Modeling         H-1 Apply 3D        H-2 Build and        H-3 Create a         H-4 Create a     H-5 Design a
H                       CAD Commands        Utilize a Library    Rapid Prototype      3D Model         Part
                                            for 3D Parts         Part                 (e.g., part or

    Project             I-1 Interpret       I-2 Manage           I-3 Manage Time      I-4 Maintain     I-5 Demonstrate
I   Management          Engineering         Work Flow            and Costs for a      Document         Problem Solving
                        Documentation                            Project              Control          Skills

    Employability       J-1 Work as         J-2 Interact with    J-3 Communicate      J-4 Research     J-5 Practice
J   Skills              Part of a Team      Customers            using Technical      Subject          General Safety
                                                                 Terminology (e.g.,   Matter
                                                                 Technical Writing)
                                                                                             November 20, 2007

A-6 Create            A-7 Visualize and      A-8 Create Multi-      A-9 Develop a       A-10 Read
Geometric             Apply                  View Drawings          Drawing Format      Technical
Constructions         Orthographic                                                      Drawings

B-6 Solve             B-7 Solve
Geometry Problems     Trigonometry

C-6 Utilize Charts
and Tables
(e.g., Machiner’s

D-6 Demonstrate       D-7 Insert and
Basic Plotting        Modify Raster
Skills                Images

                      E-7 Format
E-6 Create a          Attributes (e.g.,      E-8 Identify Types     E-9 Proofread and
Pattern               layers, dimen-         of Fasteners           Check Drawings
Development           sioning & text

F-6 Research Hand     F-7 Research Non-      F-8 Research
Tool Operations       automated              Future Trends (e.g.,
                      Processes              3D wire routing,
                                             process piping,
                                             LEAN, origami)

G-6 Write Thread      G-7 Calculate and
Specifications        Apply Tolerances
                      to Drawings

H-6 Utilize           H-7 Coordinate         H-8 Demonstrate
parametrics in 3D     Objects in 3D          Advanced Plotting
models                Space                  Skills

I-6 Create            I-7 Create a
Presentation          Presentation Model
Drawings (e.g.,       (e.g., architectural
floor plans,          project, mechanical
technical             part, etc.)

J- 6 Demonstrate      J-7 Demonstrate        J-8 Complete Job       J-9 Prepare a       J-10 Participate in a   J-11 Research
Internet Capability   Good Work Ethics       Search Documents       Career Portfolio    Job Interview           Drafting-Related
and Etiquette                                (e.g., resumes,                                                    Career Options
                                             applications, cover
                                             letter, etc.)
Worker Behaviors                                            General Knowledge and Skills

Good attendance                                             Reading Skills
Punctual                                                    Writing skills
Good work ethic                                             Speaking skills
Professional verbal communication                           Math skills (Geometry, Algebra I, II, Trigonometry)
Positive attitude                                           Measurement skills
Accepts criticism                                           Research skills
Team worker                                                 Problem solving
Attention to detail                                         Basic understanding of physics
Visualization ability                                       Basic understanding of manufacturing processes
Self-starter                                                Basic product knowledge
Problem-solver                                              Good judgment
Follows job to completion                                   Decision-making
Organized                                                   Change control
Follows directions                                          Engineering Change Notice
Safety and health awareness                                 3D wire and pipe routing
Professional manners                                        Globalization
Non-abrasive                                                High speed circuit board layout
Community awareness                                         Origami
Follows mission/vision                                      LEAN technology
Interested in furthering education                          Technology awareness
Prioritizes activities                                      Computer skills
Responsible                                                 Microsoft applications (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
Enthusiastic                                                CAD skills
Innovative                                                  Keyboarding skills
Considerate                                                 Understanding of basic drafting fundamentals
Motivated                                                   Oral & written presentation skills
Dresses appropriately                                       Able to work with global community
Accurate                                                    Artistic aptitude
Efficient                                                   Leadership
Demonstrates "Stretch" - willing to leave comfort zone
Meets deadlines
Follows company rules

Tools, Equipment, Supplies and Materials

Triangles                                           Measurement tools (calipers, scales, micrometers)
3D printers                                         Handheld devices (G.P.S., survey equipment, "Palms")
Technical Reference Books, Machinist's handbook     Working tables
T-squares                                           Software (PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Net Op)
DVDs, DVD Player, Televisions                       Network server
Internet and Tech Support                           LAN Network
Manual drawings                                     Storage devices (flash drives)
Textbooks                                           Stereo lithography
Plotters (large format)                             Architectural standard references
Computers, projectors                               Charts (decimal, tap drill)
Scanners                                            Bench top machines
Printer and Supplies                                 Adhesives and Balsa Wood
Basic calculators                                   Craft knives, pencils, paper
Rapid prototype                                     Foam board
Future Trends and Concerns                                 Region-Specific Curriculum

Nanotechnology                                             The DACUM panel recommends that local schools work
Reverse Engineering                                        with their Occupational Advisory Committees to identify
CMM                                                        and develop additional "regional" competencies that meet
“Model is King”                                            the needs of local employers. Examples for this CIP Code
Parametric Design                                          Program might include additional instruction on
3D Printing (Rapid Prototyping)                            mechanical, architectural, chemical, structural, civil,
Robotics                                                   pneumatic, marine, electrical/electronic or topographical
Analysis (FEA)                                             drawings.
3D Scanning
Design: Bottom-up approach moving to top-down approach
Using a 3D Model to create a product (rapid prototyping)
CNC technology improvements
                                                           Statewide High Priority Occupations
World markets
More academic demands for high school students             Mechanical Drafter
Life-long learners
Changes in software

Industry-Recognized Certifications                         Acronyms

Career Safe/OSHA                                           2D       Two Dimensional
MOS                                                        3D       Three Dimensional
Brain Bench                                                ADDA     American Drafting and Design Association
                                                           ANSI     American National Standards Institute
                                                           ASME     American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Statewide Articulation Agreement Proposals
                                                           CAD      Computer Aided Drafting
                                                           CADD     Computer Aided Drafting and Design
Community College of Philadelphia                          CNC      Computer Numerical Controls
                                                           DWG      Drawing
ADC 101 Introduction to Design and Construction            FEA      Finite Element Analysis
ADC 103 CAD Basics                                         GDT      Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
ADC 109 Design Studio I                                    GPS      Global Positioning Satellite
ADC 236 Construction Cost Estimating I                     ISO      International Standards Organization
                                                           OSHA     Occupational Safety and Heath
Lehigh Carbon Community College                                     Administration
MET 101 Mechanical Drafting I
MET 111 Computer Aided Drafting
MET 106 Mechanical Drafting II